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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Nokia Theatre on 2007-11-11




Set I:

crowd/tuning
The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
Genetic Method > Chest Fever >
Jam >
Brown-Eyed Women
Candyman
Bird Song >
Sugaree

Set II (Acoustic):

crowd/tuning
Attics Of My Life*
Till The Morning Comes*
Jerusalem Ridge
Deep Elem Blues
Ripple

Set III:

Toast to Phil by audience member from the stage
Peggy-O*
Cumberland Blues
Uncle John's Band >
Cryptical Envelopment >
Dark Star (Instrumental) >
Morning Dew >
I Know You Rider >
The Other One >
Cryptical Envelopment (v4) >
Dark Star (Instrumental) >
Sugar Magnolia
Donor Rap/Band Intros
Encore:
Unbroken Chain
Brokedown Palace


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Venue Nokia Theatre
Location New York, NY

Source MAC; (FOB) 2 x Sennheiser e835 > Sony D5 > 3 Maxell XL II 110s
Lineage Master Audience Cassettes > Nakamichi Dragon > Kind Cables RCA/XLR > Lunatec V3 (@ 2496) > coax > Audiophile 2496 > WaveLab 5.0 > .wav @ 2496 > Waves L3 UltraMaximizer > .wav @ 1644 > CD Wave Editor > TLH > FLAC16.
Taped by Mark McCue
Transferred by Alex Ford

Notes

*with Teresa Williams (Larry's wife)
Complete show w/ encores.
SBE Free. Tape flips patched with shnid 88603.
Master Audience Cassettes recorded and provided by Mark McCue.
Transfer and mastering by Alex Ford February 2008.

Reviews

Reviewer: Albix - - May 2, 2008
Subject: level changes
The drops in the levels you hear is the patch at the beginning of the track. Since the master is on cassette, I had to patch the tape flip. As far as any other level changes, I have to give the sound man credit as I know for a fact Mark wouldn't touch the levels.

"Hmmm" has to be the most annoying noise a PC nerd can make. What is it about the web that makes some folks think it's ok to be rude?

Well, I tried to stick my tape deck where you suggested and it doesn't fit. What should I do now Jinglebell?

First it was too expensive for you then you want me to commit gross acts with it. Is there some new weird Japanese tape deck fetish that I'm not aware of? I thought this was all about sharing live music. Things that make ya go Hmmm...
Reviewer: Jinglebell Rainbow - - May 2, 2008
Subject: Tape Deck!!
In the Late 80's I wanted a Nak Dragon so bad but did not have the 2 grand though. It is a real shame the about 10 seconds into Sugaree the levels drop then they drop again. What happend? The sound was very good until then. Hmm too bad. Decent show. It is not rude to say Hmm but it is arrogant to judge people according to your lack of wisdom. Seriously clown, your issues have issues. It's people like you that ruin the scene. I'll move on and and be better for it. However if being objective is your definition of being negative then you are not nor ever will be the Eyes of this or any other world. Man what jerk you are. Take your Dragon and stick it in your ass where it belongs. Is that too negative for you?
Reviewer: justjake - - February 16, 2008
Subject: Try focusing on the music
instead of calling out someone who has always had a very warm spot for that spacy little timetrip; before one could get their hands on 'live' music, I used to soar with this bit of music, regularly.

Further, did I infringe on your fucking trademark here? My look for a handle was to use something I can identify with. Psssst, I use ths same handle on other music trading sites.....hmmmmm Now....are your lawyers going to be contacting me (for such inane bullshit)?

Try focusing your energies on more postive & important facets of life. Now, back to my own little ride....play on...

Just Jake (aka eeephour).
Reviewer: eephour - - February 16, 2008
Subject: A Fiting End
Another great PLF show! I can't wait til they come east again. I love this band.

I wish that the reviewers would be more creative and come up with their own names. As you can see, someone is bogarting mine.
Reviewer: eeephour - - February 13, 2008
Subject: Wowie, wowie....
analog lives and it is alive and well (oh man is it) via the only recording made that evening via this so called 'old school' way (at least to my understanding).

And oh what a nite. All of the classics (including a Dew) and then some. The best show of the run was saved for last.

For those of you who may have the SBD, try sampling this recording. You may have a crying smile, in that, you could've downloaded a "just as good if not superior" recording of that nite's festivities.

Muchos gracias Senor Ford. Muchos Gracias Senor McCue.

It's jaw dropping amazing.
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